Drug gangs invest in Mexico coal mines

The business boosts income and helps launder the money received from trafficking.

    Mexico's drug gangs appear to be investing in coal mines.

    The business boosts their income and helps them launder the money they get from trafficking.

    But it also means harsh conditions for the miners.

    Al Jazeera Adam Raney reports from Coahuila.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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